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Papier D'armenie incense paper

Sale price£4.00


Paper of Armenia® can be used throughout the year to perfume your home and create an atmosphere of well-being. The scent that lingers after the paper stops burning is less of a burning scent and more of a pleasant, perfume fragrance that’s surprisingly perfect.

 Burn or place them in wardrobes, chests of drawers, or books and items will be perfumed with a subtle, delicate scent

Key info

Use: Detach a strip, fold it in the shape of an accordion, place it on its edge on a heat-resistant support, light it then blow out the flame to avoid igniting it because it must burn slowly.

12 pages of 36 pre-cut strips

Burn one slat at a time, 3 to 4 times a week
Ventilate the home regularly
Do not leave a slat burning unsupervised
Do not leave the product within the reach of children
Avoid inhaling the smoke directly
Ventilate the room after use


Paper of Armenia® is the oldest home fragrance. Scents with sweet, vanilla and balsamic notes reminiscent of the scents of the Orient. The unique smell of the little paper comes from Benzoin resin whose disinfectant properties were discovered by Auguste Ponsot in 1885, during a trip to Armenia. He decides to import its benefits to France. Benzoin was once used externally to treat asthma, coughs and colds, it is still used today as a healing agent. It perfumes your interior and removes any bad smell from cooking, tobacco, animals, etc.


Papier D'armenie incense paper - Artisan Stories
Papier D'armenie incense paper Sale price£4.00